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    I love those chicken burrito bowls at the restaurant Chipotle, and this version is just as good - to me and my family anyway! The recipe appears to be long, but it consists of mostly toppings. Enjoy!

    Recipe #299989

    Recipe #447177

    Another keeper from Alton Brown's show Good Eats! I don't make baked potatoes any other way now.

    Recipe #71933

    This is a wonderful rice dish, rich with flavor and textures. One of my favorite side dishes!

    Recipe #28737

    This is old-fashioned, from scratch, comfort food. This has been a family favorite for years. I like to take this to other families when they are in need of a meal. It's always a winner. I like making it with leftover turkey, too! I often add some cooked diced potatoes.

    Recipe #111777

    10 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Pillsbury Classic Recipes, these are good as an appetizer or as a side dish.

    Recipe #177792

    This recipe comes from Chatelaine Food Express Quickies 2. It takes almost no time to make and is delicious on green salads, pasta and potato salad. Having a choice of lemon juice or 1 of 2 differents vinegars adds versatility. I prefer using sel de mer which is also called sea salt but table salt is just fine to use.

    Recipe #307616

    This is a great batch of cookies to make for school bazaars or for your own home. Absolutely delicious, my kids love them. But this does make a large batch. I usually do half now and it makes 48 cookies. I vary the optional with coconut or chocolate chips or raisins. Sometimes I separate the batches and mix in chocolate chips in one and raisins in another.

    Recipe #360898

    Here's another recipe I found on Allrecipes.com. It was submitted by Joslyn H. She stated: "This Creole seasoning blend is great for seasoning rice, meats, soups and stews, or anything that needs a flavor boost. Also makes a great gift when placed in a decorative jar with recipe attached." I'll be making up a batch of this soon. It looks like a very good blend of spices.

    Recipe #232949

    This is a great recipe for those canine friends and familly members to help celebrate a special occassion such as a birthday, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and any other holiday. It has only human-grade ingredients and is safe for people as well (it's not all that bad really).

    Recipe #469831

    Bread these fillets in the morning, refrigerate and pop them in the oven after work; serve with some rice/pasta and a veggie and you will have dinner on the table in half an hour! An easy weeknight seafood dinner for the busy cook....a salmon fillet baked in an herbed caesar style breading. I'm always looking for different ways to prepare salmon and this is one of our favorites. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #98147

    A twist on the classic enchilada casserole.

    Recipe #171435

    41 Reviews |  By Merlot

    A very buttery and smooth cheese spread.

    Recipe #31669

    This sounds so good! Recipe calls for packaged hollandaise sauce, if you're not into packaged, try making your own hollandaise. I thought the ease of the prepackaged made this dish quick and easy.

    Recipe #450451

    A delicious real alphabet soup which is much more nutritionally sound, as well as tastier, than the canned stuff. Recipe from "Stealth Health" Mar/99. In the ingredients, "Dried Italian herb seasoning is just regular dried Italian herb.

    Recipe #112133

    39 Reviews |  By Marie

    Marinate for a minimum of 2 hours for very tasty and tender steaks. Original recipe from Allrecipes, but adapted to my taste.

    Recipe #129403

    This is a crock-pot recipe that also cuts down on fat.

    Recipe #287128

    Healthy oats help give these bars their chewy cookie texture! Great for the lunch box!

    Recipe #83806

    I found this while searching the web and decided to try it today. My youngest son told me it was the best he ever had and my brother went so far as to say it was oreogasmic...so I'll let you decide. It is best to spay the cupcake liners so the brownies don't stick.

    Recipe #486710

    3 Reviews |  By awmeme

    Marinated tender sweet beef served over hot rice. Definitely asian in nature my husbands aunt got it from a korean lady working in a chinesse resturant was told its actually a korean dish. Everyone that has tried it absolutely loved it and wanted the recipe so here it is. I put it my church's cookbook and the soy sauce got left out but soy sauce is a must. This can be a gluten and lactose free meal if you get Wal mart soy sauce to use there is also one other brand that can be used but can't remember what it is. The longer it marinates the better it tastes and the tenderer it will be. I added the lemon juice (wasn't in the original recipe) to speed up the marinating and tenderizing time not to flavor. Sometimes I cut the meat a little thicker, put it in a bag and pound it to make it a little tenderer and juicier which is how we prefer it. I also use whatever steak or roast I happen to have on hand as long as it marinates a while it doesn't seem to make a difference in the taste chuck or round just is cheaper. This doesn't really take much time and is delicous. Also sesame oil is very important for flavoring this dish. Do not substitute with other oils. Not a low carb meal or sugar-free and I'm a diabetic but once in a while it is a wonderful treat. I also serve it with steamed broccoli on the side so I feel like I ate something healthy. I am guessing on the amount of servings, I know I can have company over with three boys that eat like teenagers with two adult men and two adult women. I'll have two meal size portions left over at least. Also please not that the lemon juice is optional to tenderize and the msg is optional as well it was that way in the original recipe I have never used it when making this. For some reason the word optional is not showing up.

    Recipe #371790

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